When it comes to doing hair, there isn't much that the four stylists at Studio 209 Salon haven't tackled before. Specialists in hair extensions and color correction, they can also handle perms, modern cuts, and all sorts of up-dos, including the retro pin-up styles that have become increasingly popular with bridal parties and time travelers.
Dr. Bryan Randolph is a children's dentist and a father. He has years of experience, a master's in pharmacology, and a friendly staff to support him, but it's being a parent that influences his practice the most. From the minute kids walk in, it's clear that The Tooth Station is a place designed just for them. The waiting room is filled with jungle murals, trees, and toys to accommodate even the littlest guests. And in the treatment room, nervous kiddos can snuggle into a parent's lap while Dr. Randolph sets to work. He and his staff also have experience and training in working with kids who have special needs.
As a family doctor of osteopathy, Daniel Cooper has diagnosed and treated a variety of ailments in patients. He did his residency at the University of California-Davis and graduated from the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific. Subsequent training courses enabled him to not only ease viral woes, but to banish wrinkles for up to four months with Botox injections. His passion for medicine has allowed him to maintain his private age-defying practice for more than 16 years without a time machine.
Dr. Mark DeBruin is board certified in family medicine, which he enjoys for its comprehensive, multidisciplinary scope. In addition to providing pediatric care, he wields his expertise to offer immunizations, minor surgical procedures, and weight-management programs. A menu of cosmetic treatments, such as injectables, LipoLaser, and prescription eye-batting workshops, rub elbows with conventional medicine?making for a health and beauty hub where revivification happens from the inside out.